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A is for Apple

UK, 1963 (MIFF 1966, Programme H)

Director: Hugh Hudson

The film selects various aspects of the apple, formal and fabulous, and by linking them in a chain of ideas, translates the conventions of verse into vision. Vision Awards for Photography; Design and Art Directors' Award for Titles; Screen Writers' Guild Award for Screenplay.

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